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into more digital with you. >> i will open it up to public comment. >> thank you commissioners. jonathan -- general manager of upc, we are the project sponsor for the visitation valley -- library area; we are here to support the work that planning is doing with the mayor's office to bring this critical project forward in a post-redevelopment climate. we are looking forward to working with you at such a time that some plan revisions may come forward. the first step i believe will be going and checking in with the community on the thirteenth about what some of the key priorities are, that the community has that will inform the processes we proceed. as we said before, there are a dozen years of community driven planning on this project. our company has been every step of the way and we are not going anywhere, anytime soon. we are about 90 percent to the remediation of that site and are looking forward to working with the city in a phased implementation on alternative sources of financing that can help with infrastructure and particularly some of the great improvements to that area that we
source and other possible local sources [inaudible]. >> good afternoon, commissioners. jonathan rivers with the mta. so, we've been working with the authority for a couple months on a full funding plan for masonic. it is a very significant project here in the city of san francisco and it's one of our major complete street projects where we want to come in and try to do everything. there is a component, the resurfacing component that is being funded through the proposition b bond. the $18 million project, though, is those additive complete streets streetscape improvements. we have funded the environmental phase and that's moving forward, just recently completed the mta board improved legislation associated with the project last tuesday. so, now comes the hard part. we have tried through numerous different programs to try to fund the detail design phase which is the next step of the project to continue to move us forward. i think in the next couple of months, the one bay area program specifically is our best opportunity to fund this project. we are going to continue to try to move to fun
. over montevista nd jonathan walters is their quarterback. however, the coach say that there could have been more touchdowns with one being taken away from my high school official. >> he got to the end zone and it hit the pylon at the did not give him credit. >> so you are ripping the officials? oh my gosh! and sang oh my gosh! >> and that is right before the-let us take a look at that and you are-sang. and now do you plan on the filing a protest you could get even one with a bigger score? we are coming back in a moment beh >> we have seen in nearly every catch and baseball look at this from the pittsburgh pirates. travis snyder. we have a staff that chronicles and congratulations, that is the best catch, this year. >> see you at 11:00 p.m. on a huge selection of clearance mattresses. get 2 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. but hurry, sleep train's inventory clearance sale ends soon. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ we call this our mission.mpany, green toys teaches children that if i have a milk jug and i stick it in the recycling bin it can turn into somethin
. these are the very people governor romney was supposed to be trying to get. >> cenk: i think jonathan had the best point. he said since he said it in private, people will give it more credence. so whatever he stays in public, they are going to discount. that's why it was devastating, because right or wrong, the american people thought that's the real mitt romney. >> jennifer: and then yesterday we have the tape of ryan coming out in a speech saying that 30% of america want a welfare state, do not want to achieve the american dream which is just a pile on of that same ethos of that half of the country, or 30% of the country -- >> ayn rand. >> jennifer: exactly right. i agree with eliot i think behind closed doors that he really does think that. i really think that that's how he believes -- >> eliot: can i add an footnote to that. it doesn't mean he is not a generous soul and a good compassionate person but he does believe that there is a big percentage of our public that doesn't aspire to work on its own. >> jennifer: i agree. >> cenk: one thing that got a little overlooked
to impress them. >> i'm jonathan. >> reporter: andy, what was like? you got to work with this man you idolized growing up? >> yeah. the exact same amount. the beauty of working with sandler is you get calls, basically, like, how's it going? we're making this animated movie. and there's a part. he's a guy. you're going to be that guy. sounds good. all right, buddy. >> come on, dad. he's so weird and awkward. >> reporter: these are icons of comedy. were you intimidated at all? >> i told you that's why i didn't want to sit in the middle. it's nice. especially for my first animation. the pressure was a little on. but also, it was -- i got to do it by myself in the booth. >> reporter: did you work together at all? or were you separate in booths doing it all on your own? >> yeah, fran was off. >> we had a big group of us. >> yeah. that was a great day, molly. >> so much fun. >> why wasn't i included? i was always alone, like a dog. >> reporter: you're the only one with an accent, right? correct? >> spade went with a spade voice. >> put his hand in my mouth. >> molly was sweet and had an ame
filled speech. should we ignore his comments? who is being ignorant. we'll ask father jonathan about that. >> alisyn: teenager got the last laugh after a cruel joke was pulled on her. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ you say ♪ flip it over and replay ♪ we'll make everything okay ♪ walk together the right way ♪ do, do, do, do ♪ ♪ >> dave: quick headlines, a michigan girl voted that her homecoming cruel joke, community rallied around whitney and held up signs for the team. even students from opposing schools wore t-shirts in support of her. even coffee lovers, how much would you pay for the perfect cup of joe. how about $11,000. >> alisyn: yes. >> a group of engineers that used to work at apple and nasa created this coffeemaker says it brews the java to make it the perfect temperature. but it fails to keep the temperature after you put in the fridge. >> alisyn: listen to this, iran's president took center stage yet again on the holiest jewish holiday and delivered a hate filled speech to the u.n. is it best to ignore his comments? should he be given the opportun
be given the opportunity to speak there. >>> joining us is jonathan morris. a lot of hate filled stuff came out of his mouth. the list is long. we don't need to dive in every bit of it. how are we supposed to respond here in united states we practice freedom of religion and we invite here and he is speaking in the middle of manhattan and who is being intolerant? >> freedom of religion and freedom of speech but a difference allowing someone to speak freedom and give their opinion and another is to incite violence. because i have the gift of free speech and freedom, i can't go into a crowded theater and say fire because i'm incited go a dangerous situation, right? what we're seeing here with mahmoud ahmadinejad is insightful, hate filled speech. right? it's not just a question of opinion. what is such a contrast, what is so shocking the united nations was founded in 1946 precisely to make sure that we would never fall into mutual destruction after world war ii. here we have a platform being given to somebody who is called for the destruction of israel. >> alisyn: what are you supposed to do?
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